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  1. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsfan24 View Post
    See, not so confusing. That’s absolutely what I’m saying (excluding the back in line part.)

    My man, you may want to do some research on Candace Owens. You also are proving my point about the economic advantage she has of being a black unicorn.

    There are a plethora of black liberals who blog, tweet or YouTube. I would argue less than .01% ever get any kind notoriety. You show me a black conservative who trashes Obama and I will show you a Fox news guest.

    Where the Black Unicorn loses me is when she states her position is the right position for an entire group of people. She doesn’t like Obama? Cool, there a lot of black folks that didn’t like some of his policies are positions including me. But her position goes waaaayyyyy further than that.

    She believes that any black person who sees it differently is blind, confused and are sheep.

    I also find it hypocritical that a person who supposedly believes racism is no longer an issue, sued and won a lawsuit for.......racial discrimination?

    Is the Democratic Party above criticism? No. Do I disagree with all of the Black Unicorns positions? No. Is it wrong for a black person to be a unicorn or Trump supporter? No.
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    There’s a difference between incidents of racism, which she feels occurred against her, and systemic racist oppression. That’s not hypocrisy. That’s ability to discern the difference.

    And no, you are warning her, and anybody like her, to get back in line or be ridiculed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by justthefacts View Post
    Congratulations to conservative media on helping Kanye market his upcoming album
    Explain this theory if you can. I've seen it suggested elsewhere as well, but it makes no sense to me. A black icon, beloved by the left, comes out as a Trump supporter, and this helps album sales because....

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    Dragon energy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerGopherFan View Post
    Thereís a difference between incidents of racism, which she feels occurred against her, and systemic racist oppression. Thatís not hypocrisy. Thatís ability to discern the difference.

    And no, you are warning her, and anybody like her, to get back in line or be ridiculed.
    You are full of all kinds of assumptions arenít you? Speaking for her, speaking for me.....what am I thinking now?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Section2 View Post
    Explain this theory if you can. I've seen it suggested elsewhere as well, but it makes no sense to me. A black icon, beloved by the left, comes out as a Trump supporter, and this helps album sales because....
    Black icon you say? I didnít get THAT memo.

    Kanye is entitled to his opinion but to label George Bush as not caring about blacks people but racist Trump as a good guy.........yeah the mofo got some kind mental issues going on!

    I thought he was cuckoo for coco buffs when he made the comment about George Bush. I thought he wasnít rapped to right when he took the Mike out of whatís her names hand. I thought he was certifiable when he wifed a chick who has been passed around locker rooms in multiple sports and the subject of porn video with Rayja.

    But then thatís just me.


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    The saddest part of the neo-plantation is watching the house Negroes do the whipping for the White masters when a slave tries to escape.

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    Ben Shapiro on the sudden Kanye love:

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/29782...es-ben-shapiro

  8. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costa Rican Gopher View Post
    Dragon energy!
    That's all I took away too.

  9. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by justthefacts View Post
    Ben Shapiro on the sudden Kanye love:

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/29782...es-ben-shapiro
    As I said in my first post in this thread, I couldn’t care less about Kanye’s thoughts. He’s not smarter than he was before b/c he’s apparently pro-Trump. Neither is LeBron any smarter b/c of his stated opinions. It’s possible that they are knowledgeable, but we have no way of knowing based on what they’ve said so far, so why would have any reverence for their opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsfan24 View Post
    Black icon you say? I didn’t get THAT memo.

    Kanye is entitled to his opinion but to label George Bush as not caring about blacks people but racist Trump as a good guy.........yeah the mofo got some kind mental issues going on!

    I thought he was cuckoo for coco buffs when he made the comment about George Bush. I thought he wasn’t rapped to right when he took the Mike out of what’s her names hand. I thought he was certifiable when he wifed a chick who has been passed around locker rooms in multiple sports and the subject of porn video with Rayja.

    But then that’s just me.

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    Icon or not, very popular cultural figure. I don't know a thing about his music. He was nuts for what he did to Taylor Swift (even though he was right that Beyonce was robbed). But I still don't see how this helps album sales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerGopherFan View Post
    As I said in my first post in this thread, I couldn’t care less about Kanye’s thoughts. He’s not smarter than he was before b/c he’s apparently pro-Trump. Neither is LeBron any smarter b/c of his stated opinions. It’s possible that they are knowledgeable, but we have no way of knowing based on what they’ve said so far, so why would have any reverence for their opinion?
    I agree. It's only interesting because of the reaction to it.

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    John Legend


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsfan24 View Post
    You are full of all kinds of assumptions aren’t you? Speaking for her, speaking for me.....what am I thinking now?
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    You have a short memory. You are constantly thinking for me and others here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesBolstad View Post
    You're not thinking freely.

    Don't be a sheep on the plantation, my man. The truth will set you free.
    I guess Iíll have to ďovercome.Ē
    https://youtu.be/-TMi77xXZAA



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    Quote Originally Posted by Costa Rican Gopher View Post
    The saddest part of the neo-plantation is watching the house Negroes do the whipping for the White masters when a slave tries to escape.
    Thatís an interesting analogy although Iím pretty sure some would argue that you have the participants switched around!




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